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So your candidate’s background check didn’t turn out all roses. Now what? Employment background checks are under a microscope from federal and state regulators who are cracking down on employers in an effort to combat perceived misuse and discrimination. With that in mind, EmployeeScreenIQ polled the HR world to find out what steps professionals take (and what they avoid) to prevent getting into hot water. You can be among the first to hear the results. Background screening experts Jason Morris, Nick Fishman and Angela Bosworth, J.D., will host a free webinar on February 15 titled, “Risky Business: Ensuring Your Background Check is Legally Compliant.”

Webinar Title:
Risky Business: Ensuring Your Background Check is Legally Compliant
Date: Wednesday, February 15, 2012
Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EST
Cost: FREE
Register here:

Drawing from our new trends survey report, we’ll cover best practices and tips to ensure that your hiring practices comply with ever-changing screening laws, legislation and guidelines. We’ll also discuss some colorful background check scenarios that we presented to survey respondents . . . and their surprising answers.

Those who attend will receive an advance copy of the 2012 survey report, so register today!

Download the Whitepaper now!

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